Oasis Concert at Knebworth Will Be Turned into a Documentary Film

Oasis Concert  – Oasis Knebworth – In its heyday, Oasis was once loved by music lovers, especially those who like Britpop. Oasis’s popularity has been achieved relatively quickly, this is evidenced by a large concert they have held.

About five years after they formed, Oasis held a record-setting Knebworth concert attracting 250,000 fans over two days. The show was held a year after the album What’s The Story (Morning Glory) was released.

It is not surprising that this concert is called Oasis’ most successful concert. The epic record for these two days also includes the most ticket bookings in the history of concerts in England, the article is that more than 4% of the population in Queen Elizabeth’s Country booked tickets for the Oasis concert.

As the Oasis Concert became one of the most legendary in British rock history, Knebworth will be made into a documentary. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Noel and Liam Gallagher, ex-Oasis, will executive produce the film. Cost and distribution are handled by Sony Music Entertainment and released in theaters by Trafalgar Releasing.

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Jake Scott, who has made music videos for Oasis, R.E.M., U2, The Verve, and The Rolling Stones, will direct. Jake Scott described the project as “a stream of visual awareness built around extensive archival footage of the event”.

The film is slated to be released in UK theaters in late 2021 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Knebworth concert.

“It’s a story that’s completely driven by music, a rock and roll experience, tells the moment at the time, and what kind of visual display is built. The point is about the archive of the event,” said Scott.

It is also stated that there will be no interview sessions in front of the camera or celebrity memories that are considered unnecessary in this film, this Oasis concert. Scott added that the film was “a story completely driven by music, a rock and roll experience, told at the time”.

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Producers claim that the Oasis concert at Knebworth deserves a place alongside other concert documentaries such as Let It Be, Monterey Pop, and Ladies and Gentlemen: The Rolling Stones.

Noel Gallagher confirmed in an interview last month that the film will rely heavily on never-before-seen archival footage shot at the time of the seminal show.

“There was a lot of news in the press about a biopic which of course wasn’t. The Oasis show at Knebworth 25 August and in 1997 we shot everything professionally with multiple cameras, we had cameras on the train with fans,” Noel told BBC Radio 2.

“But for one reason or another this movie never came out but because it’s an upcoming anniversary we’re going to release it now. I’ve seen the little footage and it’s a fantastic snippet from the past before the Internet. Great, really great, ” he explained.

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In addition to dealings with Oasis and a Knebworth concert documentary, Noel has also recently announced a greatest hits album. This album was released for Noel’s solo project entitled Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds entitled Back the Way We Came: Vol 1 (2011-2021).

In accordance with the album title, almost all of the material available for Noel Gallagher’s new album High Flying Birds is taken from their work that has been released in the range of 2011 to 2021. The plan is that the greatest hits album from Noel Gallagher’s band will be released in June.

Back the Way We Came: Vol 1 (2011-2021) album is a way for Noel Gallagher to celebrate and honor his career as a musician with his band over the last 10 years. For the title of the album, Noel Gallagher admitted that he felt there was no need for complicated diction selection.

By using a sentence that conveys a nostalgic impression, Noel Gallagher feels that this has been able to summarize all forms of his happiness to work with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. As for the explanation of Vol. 1 in the album’s title, Noel Gallagher announced that there would be another initiation coming soon from Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. -Oasis Concert –

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